Camilo Villegas will be looking for a top–20 finish at the US Masters after carding a one-under-par 71 in his third round at Augusta.
After rounds of 74 and 72 on Thursday and Friday, The Colombian climbed the leaderboard yesterday with his first sub-par round of the championship.
Villegas currently sits tied for 26th, 13 shots behind leader Lee Westwood. However, perhaps more importantly for the 28-year-old, he is only two shots away from top–20.
And, he will hope that another improved round on the final day can push him up the leaderboard.
At the top of the leaderboard, Lee Westwood holds a one-shot lead over Phil Mickleson on 12-under. Tiger Woods is lurking a further three shots back on eight-under.
Find out if Villegas can play his way into the top-20 at masters.com.